While most of us probably know all about the features of our phones and tablets and know exactly where to look for solutions to problems, not every smartphone or tablet owner is that savvy. That’s why Google today launched it’s newest Android app, dubbed Device Assist.
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One of Google’s most important announcements for all of 2014 has been the introduction of Android One. Android One is Google’s attempt at reaching the next billion consumers to go mobile. To do this, Google is choosing the hardware for Android One devices, taking care of the software and giving carriers just enough control ... Read More »
In June of 2014, Google officially introduced Android One, an initiative to make sure that stock Android is on a lot more devices across the globe on affordable devices. Now, several months later, the initiative has launched in India with support from several manufacturers, and more coming down the line.
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Android One was touted as Google’s new standard for the budget smartphone, a reference platform for companies to make good devices for really low prices. In fact, it was said that Android One devices would be released in India for sub-$100 prices with stock Android and quick updates. While many of us don’t much care ... Read More »
When you watch something for a while, you begin to notice the details of it. The small intricacies that make an object, person, place or anything, unique. Seeing all those details, you can begin to know more about what you’re watching. What it does, where it’s been and where it’s going. Six years with Android ... Read More »
At Google I/O 2014, Google introduced its new initiative called Android One. Android One is a set of reference designs for OEMs to use to create high quality, low cost smartphones for emerging markets. Android One smartphones will run stock Android and receive automatic updates straight from Google. This will allow for a quality experience ... Read More »